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Glendale police trek through 120 miles of desert for relay race

Twenty Glendale police officers pounded the pavement over the weekend as they competed in a 120-mile relay race through the desert against 8,000 other law-enforcement personnel. Officers from across California, as well as several from neighboring states and foreign countries, trekked through the...

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Glendale boys' volleyball survives in five against Providence

Glendale boys' volleyball survives in five against Providence

GLENDALE – Having seen a two-game lead vanish, the Glendale High boys’ volleyball team didn’t appear shocked. There wasn’t any time for Glendale to panic against a determined Providence squad that refused to yield. Glendale turned to its 1-2 tandem of William Phan and Pat Sungkamee, who teamed...

Life & Arts

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Tribute at Alex Theatre to honor the Band

Tribute at Alex Theatre to honor the Band

On a recent Sunday afternoon, a small group of musicians has crowded into an Eagle Rock dining room, working to recreate a moment of rock ‘n’ roll history. “This one, we have to hit pretty hard,” says guitarist Rob Laufer, as the seven players dive into a forlorn, biting tune called “Tears of Rage,”...

Opinion

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  • Op-Ed: Transportation policy in need of radical thinking

    With local elections upon us, all concerned citizens should be attending the various forums around town and asking the candidates their most pressing concerns. One of the most important issues in Glendale right now is transportation and safety. However, for Glendale and Los Angeles in general,...

  • Mailbag: A sincere thanks to a Glendale Waste Management driver

    I would like to give a shout out to an employee of Glendale Waste Management. I was struggling this morning to get my heavy green container to the curb. Alex Guerrero was picking up nearby containers when he saw what a difficult time I was having. He drove his truck forward to my curbside, stopped,...

  • Guest Column: An overview of district-based elections

    Guest Column: An overview of district-based elections

    It seems like the 2016 presidential election was just yesterday, and we're already gearing up for Glendale's General Municipal Election on April 4. This will be one with a lot of offices up for election and a ballot initiative for voters to consider. But there's more: For the first time in Glendale's...

  • Op-Ed: Fairness is key to small business success

    Op-Ed: Fairness is key to small business success

    When I walk, drive or ride my bike down the street, whether here at home or in Sacramento, I love to observe the character of the surrounding neighborhood, taking note of what gives the area its unique flavor. Certainly it starts with the people. Here in the 43rd District we have a wonderfully...

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